June 10, 2008

The Directory of Open Access Journals is a portal to 3416 free, full text, peer-reviewed scientific and scholarly journals. Talk about the weather, dig some prehistory, learn why making websites isn't computer science. Learn how to build an aqueduct or a bridge.

Or more fun -- point to your byline if you have one! Since there are no entries in the aqueduct link, then maybe you can suggest one?

  • I can't support the DOAJ. Not after they refused to list the newly open access "Annals of Improbable Research.
  • I have a feeling it's the "peer-reviewed" part that blocked the Annals from being listed. But that's just a guess. *bookmarks DOAJ*
  • Aqueduct. Catafalque. Interregnum.
  • I don't see any results for aquaducts: Subjects > Technology and Engineering > Hydraulic Engineering is empty... What did the DOAJ ever do for us, eh? Well, there's the aquaducts. No there isn't.
  • Bookmarked. Nice link!
  • I love computer-related posts that I don't even remotely understand. It makes me feel like I might not be a nerd.
  • Under Language and Literature we have: # Learning from the Sequence: The Use of Comics in Instruction # When Real Things Happen to Imaginary Tigers # Opening-Up Aesop's Fables: Heteroglossia in Slade & Toni Morrison and Pascal LemaĆ®tre's 'The Ant or the Grasshopper?' # Baby-Boom Children and Harvey Comics After the Code: A Neighborhood of Little Girls and Boys Then it gets a bit strange: # ImageSexT: A Roundtable on Lost Girls * Down the Rabbit Hole * A Magical Realism of the Fuck hmmmmm